The 2017 ISSF World Championship Shotgun took place in at the Foxlodge Shooting Range in Moscow (RUS) from August 30th to September 11th. A total of 640 shooters competed, representing 76 countries and battling in 22 medal events.

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The conclusive competition of the 2017 ISSF Season took place at the Dr. Karni Singh Shooting Range from the 23rd to the 30th of October. A total of 18 trophies have been awarded: 15 individual and three team ones.

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Spanish shooter Alberto Fernandez capped off his 2017 season by crushing 48 targets out of 50, nailing the Trap Men Gold at the ISSF World Cup Final in New Delhi, also setting a new World Record.

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Participating in his seventh ISSF World Cup Final, the United States' seasoned 42-year-old finally grabbed the ISSF title.

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The French 23-year-old led the match since the kneeling series, then maintaining the top position to the end of it and eventually claiming his first ISSF crystal globe.

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The men's Trap final closed the 2017 ISSF Word Cup Final in New Delhi (IND), and it included Spain's multi-decorated shooter Antonio Bailon and Alberto Fernandez, 2012 Olympic Champion Giovanni Cernogoraz of Croatia, Great Britain's Aaron Heading and the reigning World Champion Daniele Resca of Italy.

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A panel of young and talented shooter battled for the title of the men's 50m Rifle 3 Positions event in New Delhi, along with more experienced shooters like Tomasz Bartnik of Poland, Petar Gorsa of Croatia, Hui Zicheng of the People's Republic of China and Stevan Pletikosic of Serbia.

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Germany's Olympic Champion Christian Reitz entered the 25m Rapid fire Pistol Men final in New Delhi as one of the main favorites, along with France's Clement Bessaguet. Among the others, they faced experienced American athlete Keith Sanderson and Azerbaijani first-time participant Russian Lunev.

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Australia, Italy, Lebanon, Slovakia and Spain were all represented in the Trap Women final match at the Dr. Karni Singh Shooting Range in New Delhi (IND).

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The Italian youngster climbed atop the podium in her second World Cup Final participation, taking Gold after placing 6th in Rome (ITA) in 2016.

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23-year-old shooter Jolyn Beer of Germany ruled the women's 50m Rifle 3 Positions final in New Delhi, securing the first World Cup Final trophy of her career.

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The People's Republic of China and Germany respectively took three and two spots in the women's 50m Rifle 3 Positions final, while Croatia, Denmark and Singapore completed the panel with one shooter each.

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Italy's Davide Gasparini and Daniele Di Spigno, along with Great Britain's James Dedman, People's Republic of China's Hu Binyuan, Australia's James Willett, Sangram Dahiya of India and Khaled Alkaabi of the United Arab Emirates competed in the Double Trap Men final at the Dr. Karni Singh Shooting Range in New Delhi (IND).

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Legendary Skeet shooter Kimberly Rhode of the United States of America confirmed herself as the ISSF World Cup Final winner, claiming the trophy in New Delhi (IND) and adding it to the one she won in Rome (ITA) in 2016.

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Hungarian talented Rifle shooter Istvan Peni (20) secured the first ISSF crystal globe of his career by prevailing over a panel of quite more experienced shooter.

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